Country to City

Yesterday I just about finished the spring cleaning on the back gardens.  This morning we visited my middle daughter.  Last  summer she got married and moved to a city.  Luckily, there’s some outdoor space and she and her new husband made it really inviting!  They refurbished an old patio set of mine.  She sewed up some fabric pillows and  he filled buckets from a home improvement store with pots of herbs.   We had brunch on their patio… vegetable frittata,  fresh fruit and croissants.  It was  a great visit.  I miss my daughter and wish that she didn’t live so far away (I exagerate; it’s less than 1 1/2 hours away)  but it’s good to see that she and her husband are making such a  nice life of their own.

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22 thoughts on “Country to City

  1. What a nice patio/deck they have. Room for a table and chairs, a really inviting chaise lounge and chairs. That is nice. I bet she misses living in the country, too! But, she did find a very nice place with an outdoor area. When those trees fill out, it looks like they will have complete privacy and no grass to cut. I agree with you, though, an hour and a half is just a little too long to stop over for a quick chat and coffee.

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